All presenters of Short Courses are specially invited to present on a particular topic. Short Courses are developed by the Convention Program Committee, Specialty Recognition Boards, Special Interest Groups (SIGs), or the host state association. Short Course tickets are $80 each and available for purchase through registration.
Short Course titles denoted with an asterisk (*) have been developed by SIGs; ASHA members who are SIG affiliates may purchase discounted tickets to SIG-developed Short Courses for $40 each. To learn more about Special Interest Groups and to become an affiliate, call the ASHA Action Center (800-498-2071).
The links below provide full details for each Short Course—including topic area, authors, abstract, learner outcomes, and more. All Short Courses will take place at the Hyatt Regency Orlando.
Thursday, November 21, 2:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
SC01: Anxiety about Student Anxiety: What Faculty Need to Know
SC02: Applying Ethical Decision Making & Evidence-Based Practice to AAC
SC03: Intensive Listening Lab for Discrimination/Identification of Maladaptive Compensatory Speech-Sound Errors Related to Velopharyngeal Dysfunction
SC04: I Want to Talk…but not in English!: Providing Culturally & Linguistically Responsive AAC Services*
SC05: Implementation of the International Dysphagia Diet Standardisation Initiative (IDDSI) in Different Care/Cultural Settings
SC06: Developing Critical Counseling Skills
SC07: Cognitive Screening in the Audiology Clinic*
SC08: Learn it Today, Start Tomorrow! A Practical Strategies Course on Developing Independent Executive Function Skills*
SC09: Imagining the Possibilities with Praat: A Hands-on Tutorial on Its Clinical & Research Applications
Friday, November 22, 9:00 a.m. – noon
SC10: Models of Care for Communication Concerns in Persons With Traumatic Brain Injury Attempting Work Return
SC11: AAC Assessment & Intervention with Really Hard Kids: What Do I Do Today & Tomorrow?*
SC12: Imagine Conducting a Hearing Test Without an Audiometric Booth…*
SC13: Supporting a Culture of Interprofessional Practice in the Evolving Post Acute Care Landscape*
SC14: Narrative Assessment & Intervention to Improve Literacy Outcomes
Friday, November 20, 2:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
SC15: Skilled Breastfeeding Support: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Assessment and Treatment of Breastfeeding*
SC16: International Classification of Functioning: A Framework for Communication Assessment and Intervention across the Lifespan*
SC17: Radiation Fibrosis Syndrome: Case-Based Application to Identification, Evaluation, Prevention, & Rehabilitation of Impairments in HNC
SC18: Reading Readiness in Children With Hearing Loss: Applying Research to Practice*
SC19: Clinical Decision Making in Individuals with Co-Existing Cognitive-Linguistic and Motor Speech Deficits
SC20: Supervision & Ethics in the Age of Social Media*
SC21: Injury Management of the Vocal Athlete: What We Do & How We Do It
Saturday, November 23, 9:00 a.m. – noon
SC22: Graduate Admissions: Evidence, Principles, Innovations, Best Practices*
SC23: Aural (Re)Habilitation: Beyond Device Selection & Programming
SC24: Bottles, Babbling, & Beyond: Feeding & Communication Intervention for Infants & Toddlers with Cleft Palate*
SC25: Prepare, Plan & Progress! Effective School-Based Therapy Planning for Children who Stutter*
SC26: Imagine More: An Exploratory ‘Tour’ of the Evidence-Base for Phonological Intervention in Schools*
SC27: Let’s Get Telepractical: Everything You Need for Telepractice Now*
Saturday, November 23, 2:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
SC28: Navigating the Complexities of Cognitive-Communication Treatment for Dementia: Evidence, Personhood & Organizational Considerations*
SC29: Imagine Your Team: Multidisciplinary Assessment & Treatment of Feeding Problems in ASD
(WITHDRAWN) SC30: Principles & Tools for Communication with Stakeholders in Hearing Healthcare*
SC31: Spasmodic Dysphonia: Past, Present & Future*